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April 6

1992: Oriole Park at Camden Yards ushers in a new era of "retro ballparks," and the Orioles beat the Indians, 2-0, on Rick Sutcliffe's complete game.

2008: Trailing Seattle 2-0 in the ninth, the O's score three runs and win on Luis Hernandez's single.

April 7

2000: Homers by Cal Ripken and Albert Belle stake the O's to an early four-run lead, but back-to-back blows by Charles Johnson and Mike Bordick during a six-run fifth inning give the O's the lead for good in a 14-10 win over Detroit.

April 8

2004: After walking the bases loaded in the 13th inning, Boston's Bobby Jones walks Larry Bigbie with one out to force home Javy Lopez as the winning run as the Orioles prevail, 3-2.

2009: Pitcher Koji Uehara becomes the first Japanese-born player in Orioles history and wins his debut, allowing one run over five innings as the Orioles beat the Yankees, 7-5. Nick Markakis goes 3-for-3 with a homer and three RBIs.

April 9

1996: Ben McDonald tosses a three-hitter in the third straight shutout to open Camden Yards, a 2-0 win over the Indians.

April 10

1992: Rafael Palmeiro singles in Jeffery Hammonds after Roberto Alomar is intentionally walked to give the Birds a 3-2 win over the Indians.

1999: Mike Mussina, Arthur Rhodes and Mike Timlin combine for a six-hit shutout to beat Toronto, 1-0. Will Clark singles with two outs in the first and Albert Belle follows with a triple for the game's only run.

April 11

2002: Trailing Tampa Bay by three, the Orioles erupt for club single-inning records with 12 runs and 11 hits in the sixth and go on to beat the Devil Rays, 15-6.

April 12

1996: Rafael Palmeiro hits a three-run homer in the sixth inning, and Mike Mussina makes it stand up as the Orioles beat the Twins, 3-2. Mussina improves to 3-0, and the Orioles go to 8-1 on the season.

2007: Jay Gibbons hits a two-out bases-loaded single to down the Royals, 2-1, in 10 innings.

April 13

1997: Jimmy Key tosses a six-hit shutout, and Jeffrey Hammonds hits two of the Orioles' four home runs as the Birds blank the Rangers, 9-0.

April 14

2006: The Orioles take a one-run lead in the eighth only to see the Angels tie the game in the ninth. But Ramon Hernandez hits a walk-off homer for a 6-5 win.

April 15

2005: Bruce Chen allows four hits in a complete-game, 8-1 victory over the Yankees. Miguel Tejada and Sammy Sosa hit back-to-back homers and drive in three runs each.

2006: The Orioles use five hits and an error to score all their runs in the fifth inning for a come-from-behind 3-2 win over the Angels. Erik Bedard goes eight innings for the victory, and Chris Ray gets the save.

April 16

1993: Mark McLemore's two-run double caps a three-run sixth inning as the O's beat the Angels, 4-1.

2001: Brady Anderson steals second base -- his 300th career theft -- during a three-run seventh inning as the Orioles break a tie and go on to beat Boston, 6-2.

April 17

2008: Trailing by two runs entering the ninth inning, the Orioles rally to tie the game before Adam Jones' RBI single scores Kevin Millar in the 10th in a 6-5 win over the White Sox.

April 18

1992: Jeff Tackett and Chris Hoiles homer behind Mike Mussina, who records the first of his record 77 wins at Camden Yards in a 6-1 victory over the Tigers.

2003: The Orioles use five hits, four walks and a hit batter to score eight runs in the second inning and then hold on to beat the Devil Rays, 9-7.

April 19

2000: After Mike Bordick ties the game with a two-run triple in the seventh, Cal Ripken Jr. leads off the 10th with a home run as the Orioles beat the Devil Rays, 3-2.

April 20

2007: Nick Markakis singles with one out and the bases loaded in a 5-4 win over the Blue Jays.

April 21

2003: Rick Helling allows four hits through eight innings and Jerry Hairston has two hits, including a two-run homer, as the Orioles shut out Tampa Bay, 4-0.

2009: Brad Bergesen allows one run over 5 2/3 innings to win his Major League debut, 10-3, over the White Sox. Aubrey Huff hits two homers (good for four RBIs) and Nick Markakis goes 4-for-4 to lead a 12-hit attack.

April 22

1993: The Orioles' then-record streak of 65 straight home sellouts comes to an end with a makeup game vs. the White Sox that draws 22,564. The Orioles lose, 3-2.

1997: Rafael Palmeiro and Eric Davis hit back-to-back homers in the first inning, and Mike Mussina and three relievers make it hold up as the Orioles beat the White Sox, 3-2.

April 23

1994: Leo Gomez's eighth-inning single scores Chris Hoiles to break a tie in a 4-3 win over the Mariners.

2002: Geronimo Gil has three hits, including two homers, and three RBIs to lead the Orioles past the Red Sox, 7-5.

April 24

2002: Gary Matthews has two hits and scores two runs, and the Orioles score twice in the fifth to break a tie and go on to beat the Red Sox, 5-3.

2003: Deivi Cruz hits a solo homer and Gary Matthews hits a two-run shot, both in the seventh inning, as the Orioles come from behind to beat the White Sox, 5-4, for their third straight series win.

April 25

1994: The Orioles use a four-run sixth inning to take the lead for good in an 8-6 win over the A's. Five players draw walks before Cal Ripken's two-run double caps the inning.

1998: Cal Ripken drives in three runs while playing in his 2,500th consecutive game as the Orioles beat the A's, 8-2.

April 26

1997: In a nationally televised game on FOX, Orioles second baseman Roberto Alomar becomes the first player to hit three home runs in a game at Camden Yards during a 14-5 thumping of the Red Sox.

April 27

2010: Rookie Rhyne Hughes' sixth-inning single ties the game and gives him an RBI in a franchise-record three straight games to start his career. The Orioles go on to a 5-4 win over the Yankees.

2011: After the Red Sox score four runs in the top of the eighth to tie the game, Vladimir Guerrero singles in Derek Lee in the bottom of the eighth to give the Orioles a 5-4 win over Boston.

April 28

1993: Cal Ripken's three-run homer keys a four-run third inning, and the O's add four unearned runs in the sixth in an 8-4 win over the Twins.

2006: Daniel Cabrera allows four hits over seven innings and Corey Patterson has three hits, including a home run, as the O's beat the Mariners, 5-2.

April 29

1993: Mike Devereaux, Mark McLemore, Harold Reynolds and Jeff Tackett drive in two runs apiece as Mike Mussina tosses a shutout in an 11-0 win over the Twins.

2006: B.J. Surhoff homers in a two-run seventh as the Orioles come back from four runs down to beat the Rangers, 8-7.

April 30

2010: Miguel Tejada homers in the eighth to tie the game and then singles in 10th to knock in the winning run in a 5-4 victory over the Red Sox.

May 1

1992: Mike Devereaux hits two homers and knocks in six runs, and Ben McDonald throws a complete game as the O's thrash a wild Randy Johnson in a 15-1 win over Seattle.

2010: The Orioles score six runs in the fifth and four more in the sixth to overcome a three-run deficit to beat the Red Sox, 12-9.

May 2

1988: Governor William Donald Schaefer announces that Orioles owner Edward Bennett Williams and the Maryland Stadium Authority have agreed on a 15-year lease for a new ballpark to be constructed at Camden Yards for the 1992 season.

2000: With a two-run rally, the Orioles come back beat the Angels, 7-6. Cal Ripken doublues to tie the game, and Mike Bordick singles through a five-man infield with one out for the win.

May 3

1999: After traveling to Havana for a historic exhibition game during Spring Training, the Orioles host an exhibition game against Cuba at Camden Yards, marking the first time that Cuba ever has played a Major League team on U.S. soil.

May 4

1999: Harold Baines hits a 10th-inning grand slam to give the Orioles a 9-5 win over the White Sox. The O's tied the game with a two-run rally in the ninth.

2007: Nick Markakis gives the Orioles a 3-2 win over the Indians with a bases-loaded single with none out in 10th.

May 5

1999: Juan Guzman (who threw seven innings) and Gabe Molina combine to shut out the White Sox, 8-0. Brady Anderson has a triple, homer and four RBIs.

2001: David Segui and Melvin Mora each knock in three runs, and Mike Bordick and Jerry Hairston drive in two apiece to pace a 15-hit Orioles attack in an 11-3 win over the Tigers.

May 6

1992: Ben McDonald improves to 4-0 with a complete game victory, and Brady Anderson has three hits, including a home run and two RBIs as the Orioles beat the Twins, 6-2.

2001: Cal Ripken plays in his 2,897th game as an Oriole, passing Brooks Robinson for most in team history, but the Yankees beat the O's, 2-1.

May 7

2004: Larry Bigbie leads off the inning with a walk-off homer as the Orioles beat the Indians, 3-2.

May 8

1994: The O's score eight runs in the first three innings and hang on to beat the Indians, 9-6, behind Mike Devereaux's three-run triple and Leo Gomez's three-run homer.

1997: All nine players in the starting lineup score as the Orioles end Randy Johnson's 16-game winning streak in an 11-3 victory over the Mariners.

May 9

2007: With one out in the 10th inning, Aubrey Huff homers to break a scoreless tie and beat his former team, as the Orioles top the Devil Rays, 1-0.

May 10

2011: After trailing by a run in the 13th inning, the Orioles rally for a 7-6 win over the Mariners. Felix Pie hits a game-tying single and scores from second on Adam Jones' game-winning hit.

May 11

1994: Harold Baines hits a solo homer and Chris Hoiles hits a two-run shot in the sixth inning to break a tie. Mike Mussina goes the distance in a 4-1 win over the Blue Jays.

1997: B.J. Surhoff has six RBIs on on three hits, including a triple and a homer, as the Orioles beat the Mariners, 9-5.

May 12

2011: After Seattle breaks a scoreless tie in the 13th, the Orioles load the bases on a single and two hit batters before J.J. Hardy's one-out, two-run single in the bottom of the inning gives the Orioles a 2-1 win. The 12 full innings without a run to start the game are the most in ballpark history.

May 13

1995: Mike Mussina allows one run in a complete-game, 5-1 win over the Indians.

2006: Kris Benson goes seven inings, and the Orioles bust the game open with six runs in the eighth on homers by Ramon Hernandez, Javy Lopez and Melvin Mora to beat the Royals, 11-1.

May 14

2011: Trailing the Royals by three in the ninth, the O's score four runs, including three with two outs. Kevin Millar's pinch-hit single scores Javy Lopez in an 8-7 win.

May 15

2001: Melvin Mora and David Segui drove in three runs apiece as the Orioles pounded out 15 hits -- 13 singles and two doubles -- to beat the Tigers, 11-3.

May 16

2003: Mark McLemore's two-run double caps a three-run sixth inning as the O's beat the Angels, 4-1.

2001: Brady Anderson steals second base during a three-run seventh inning as the Orioles break a tie and go on to beat Boston, 6-2. It was Anderson's 300th career steal.

May 17

2008: After scoring two runs to tie the game with two outs in the ninth inning, the Orioles beat the White Sox, 6-5, in the 10th when Adam Jones singles in Kevin Millar.

May 18

1992: Jeff Tackett and Chris Hoiles homer behind Mike Mussina, who records the first of his record 77 victories at Camden Yards in a 6-1 win over the Tigers.

2003: The Orioles use five hits, four walks and a hit batter to score eight runs in the second inning and then hold on to beat the Devil Rays, 9-7.

May 19

2000: After Mike Bordick tied the game with a two-run triple in the seventh inning, Cal Ripken Jr. homers in the ninth to give the Orioles a 3-2 win over the Devil Rays.

May 20

2007: Nick Markakis singles with one out in the ninth to beat the Blue Jays, 5-4. Baltimore had scored two runs in the eighth inning to tie the game.

May 21

2003: Rick Helling allows four hits through eight innings, and Jerry Hairston has two hits, including a two-run homer, as the Orioles shut out Tampa Bay, 4-0.

2009: Brad Bergesen allows one run over 5 2/3 innings to win his Major League debut, 10-3, over the White Sox. Aubrey Huff hits two homers good for four RBIs and Nick Markakis goes 4-for-4 to lead a 12-hit attack.

May 22

2003: Harold Reynolds' sacrifice fly scores Chris Hoiles with the game-winning in the 14th inning of a 5-4 victory over the Brewers.

2011: Vladimir Guerrero's two-run homer in the seventh puts the Orioles ahead for good in a 2-1 victory over the Nationals. The game ends when Roger Bernadina strikes out and Matt Wieters throws out Brian Bixler attempt to steal second for a double play.

May 23

1992: After selling out eight of their first 23 games in the new ballpark, the Orioles begin a string of 59 straight sellouts to finish the season.

May 24

1996: After the Orioles score three runs in the eighth to tie the game, they defeat the A's, 5-4, on Gregg Zaun's two-out single in the ninth.

May 25

2000: Jeff Conine's two-run pinch-hit double capped a three-run seventh, helping Mike Mussina improve to 2-6 and the Orioles to a 5-1 win over the Mariners.

May 26

2003: The Orioles and the Maryland Stadium Authority dedicate a Memorial Wall outside the south end of the Eutaw Street walkway. The lighted 11-foot, black granite wall, honoring veterans, contains the original stainless steel lettering from Memorial Stadium reading, "Time Will Not Dim The Glory Of Their Deeds."

May 27

2008: After the Yankees take a one-run lead in the 11th inning, the Orioles score twice in the bottom of the inning, with Alex Cintron's bases-loaded single plating the game-winner in a 10-9 victory over the Yankees.

May 28

2003: Brian Roberts' second-inning grand slam put the Orioles in front as they go on to beat the Angels, 6-2. Melvin Mora goes 3-for-3.

May 29

1998: B.J. Surhoff has four RBIs and Armando Benitez picks up a three-inning save as the Orioles beat the Rangers, 6-3.

2002: Jeff Conine hits two homers and has five RBIs, and every Oriole in the lineup gets at least one hit and scores at least one run as the O's beat the A's, 10-5.

May 30

1997: Mike Mussina comes within two outs of a perfect game, yielding only a one-out single in the ninth inning to Cleveland's Sandy Alomar in a 3-0 Orioles win.

May 31

2006: Melvin Mora's two-out single scores Luis Matos from second base in a 6-5, 11-inning win over the Devil Rays.

June 1

2002: Jay Gibbons' two-run single in ninth lifts the Orioles to a 4-3 win over the Mariners.

June 2

1998: Rafael Palmeiro's two-run homer in the ninth inning gives the Orioles an 8-7 win over Mariners.

June 3

1997: Rafael Palmeiro hits two-run homer in the 10th to give the Orioles a 7-5 win over the Yankees.

June 4

1997: The Orioles break a seventh-inning tie and hold on to beat New York, 9-7, for a two-game sweep to take a season-best 9 1/2-game lead on the Yankees.

June 5

1992: After two-out eighth-inning singles by Brady Anderson and Mike Devereaux, Cal Ripken greets Blue Jays reliever Duane Ward with a single to score Anderson and give the Orioles the first 1-0 win in the ballpark's history.

June 6

1993: The Orioles jump out to a 5-1 lead, but Seattle's Bill Haselman gets hit by a Mike Mussina pitch in the seventh and charges the mound, igniting a brawl. Cal Ripken suffers a twisted right knee in the melee. He stays in the game and starts the next day. The Orioles beat the Mariners in the fight and the game, 5-2. After healing, Ripken says, "It was the closest I've come to not playing."

June 7

1993: David Segui's sacrifice fly in the eighth scores Mike Devereaux as the O's beat future Hall of Famer Goose Gossage and the A's, 3-2.

2002: Melvin Mora hits two home runs for the first multi-homer game of his career, as the Orioles beat the Dodgers, 4-2, in LA's first visit to Baltimore since the 1966 World Series.

June 8

1993: Chris Hoiles has three hits, including a two-run homer in the fourth and a two-run, go-ahead double in the 7th. The four RBIS lead the Orioles past the A's, 4-3.

1995: Jeff Manto has two homers and four RBIs, and Brady Anderson, Kevin Bass and Cal Ripken also homer for the Orioles in an 8-2 win over the Mariners.

June 9

1993: Mark McLemore goes 5-for-5 with three runs, three RBIs and a stolen base as the O's sweep the A's with a 7-4 win.

1995: Rafael Palmeiro and Jeff Manto hit two homers each in a 10-4 win over the Angels.

June 10

1992: Fifth-inning triples by Joe Orsulak and Mike Devereaux sandwiched around a Brady Anderson single score two runs to give the Birds a 3-1 win over Boston.

June 11

2002: Tony Batista leads off 10th with homer off J.J. Trujillo to give the Orioles a 6-5 win over the Padres.

June 12

2002: In the nightcap of a doubleheader, the O's score two unearned in the eighth to tie the game, and Larry Bigbie hits a bases-loaded single to right with two outs in 12th of a 5-4 win over the Giants.

June 13

2002: B.J. Surhoff homered in the fourth and Charles Johnson's two-run homer in the fifth inning put the O's ahead as the Orioles beat the Rangers, 3-2.

2005: The Orioles get their first win ever against the Astros as eight starters get at least one hit in an 8-5 win.

June 14

2000: B.J. Surhoff's two-out, two-run single keys a four-run 8th to tie the game, and Delino DeShields singles in Brady Anderson (running for Cal Ripken) in the ninth inning of an 11-10 win over Texas.

June 15

1999: The Orioles rally from a four-run deficit against the Royals and win, 6-5, on Charles Johnson's RBI single in the 11th inning.

June 16

1999: Sidney Ponson throws a complete game to give the Orioles their seventh straight win, a 2-1 victory over Kansas City.

June 17

1996: Rain halts the Orioles' game vs. Texas with the score tied at 1 in the sixth inning, causing the game to be replayed the next night. It marks the 10th tie game in club history and the first since 1982.

June 18

1996: The O's score two runs in ninth on a walk and an Aubrey Huff single to beat the Mets, 5-4.

June 19

1998: Rafael Palmeiro's three-run homer gives the O's a 7-4 walk-off win over the Blue Jays in 15 innings.

June 20

2001: Gibbons homers in his fourth straight game to set a club record for rookies. The last three homers came in a home series vs. Toronto.

June 21

1996: Cal Ripken hits two homers and goes back-to-back with B.J. Surhoff to pace the Orioles' 9-3 victory over the Royals.

June 22

1993: After trailing by six, the Orioles score eight runs with two outs in the sixth inning to win, 12-9, over the Tigers.

June 23

1993: Rick Sutcliffe improves to 8-2 with a complete-game effort to beat the Tigers, 6-2.

June 24

2006: Ramon Hernandez's two-out single in the ninth lifts the Orioles to a 3-2 win over the Nationals.

June 25

1993: After trailing by six runs, the Orioles rally to tie the score and beat the Yankees, 7-6, in 10 innings.

June 26

2002: The Orioles beat the Yankees, 8-7, on Tony Batista's two-out single. The game-winning hit followed a Gary Matthews single and stolen base.

June 27

2002: Erik Bedard allows two hits over seven innings and Aubrey Huff's three-run homer caps a four-run sixth inning off Roger Clemens. That would be all the scoring as the O's beat the Yankees, 4-0.

June 28

2005: Brian Roberts homers to lead off the 10th inning as the Orioles beat the Yankees, 5-4.

June 29

2007: Aubrey Huff singles in the seventh inning against the Angels to become the third Oriole to hit for the cycle but the first ever to do it in his home ballpark.

June 30

1997: In their biggest comeback win ever, the Orioles trail Boston by nine, before erupting for five runs in the seventh inning and five runs in the eigth to stun the Red Sox, 11-10

July 1

1994: The Orioles hit six homers to the Angels' five in a 14-7 win.

July 2

1994: The Angels' Mark Langston outduels Ben McDonald. Both pitchers throw complete games, but the Angels score a run in the eighth inning of their 1-0 win.

July 3

1994: Cal Ripken's grand slam and Rafael Palmeiro's four hits pace the Orioles' 14-hit attack in a 10-3 win over the Angels.

July 4

1994: Leo Gomez has two homers and three RBIs, and Sid Fernandez (five innings pitched) and Mark Eichhorn (four innings) get the win and save.

July 5

1994: Jamie Moyer goes 6 1/3 innings, and Lee Smith records his 28th save in a 5-2 win over the Mariners.

July 6

1992: Mike Devereaux singles in the game-winning run in the bottom of the 14th inning as the Orioles beat the White Sox, 4-3.

July 7

2001: Brady Anderson's three-run triple in the sixth inning is the difference as the Orioles beat the Phillies, 4-3, in front of what was then the largest regular season crowd ever at Camden Yards, 49,072.

July 8

1992: The O's score two in the eighth on Joe Orsulak's homer and Brady Anderson's single to beat the White Sox, 5-3. Alan Mills gets the win in relief to improve his record to 7-1.

July 9

1994: Jeffrey Hammonds hits the first walk-off home run in Oriole Park history as the Orioles, who trailed the A's by five runs in the fitth inning, come back to win 8-7.

July 10

2005: The largest crowd in Camden Yards history, 49,828 fans, watches the Orioles beat Boston, 4-1, to take three of four games from the Red Sox. The series also draws an Oriole Park record for a four-date series, 195,722.

July 11

2009: Melvin Mora's solo homer in the 11th inning lifts the Orioles to a 4-3 win over the Blue Jays.

July 12

1998: Eric Davis goes 2-for-5 with a grand slam and five RBIs in an 11-7 win over Boston at Camden Yards. The game is the start of a club-record 30-game hitting streak that will end Aug. 16 at Cleveland.

July 13

1993: Oriole Park hosts the city's second All-Star Game and first since 1958. The event follows a week-long "All-Star Fan Fest," the first of its kind.

July 14

1996: Mike Devereaux and Luis Polonia hit back-to-back homers in the seventh inning to break a tie and give the Birds the lead in an 8-6 win over the Red Sox.

July 15

1993: Cal Ripken Jr. hits his 278th career home run as a shortstop against the Twins' Scott Erickson at Camden Yards, breaking the record held by Cubs Hall of Famer Ernie Banks. The feat goes unrecognized until after the season, and the Orioles install an orange seat in the left field stands prior to the 1994 season to mark the spot of the home run.

July 16

1993: Mike Devereaux goes 4-for-4 with a homer and three RBI to lead the O's to a 9-7 win over the Twins.

July 17

1993: Roberto Alomar and Bobby Bonilla hit sacrifice flies in the ninth inning of a come-from-behind 11-10 win over the Blue Jays. It is Davey Johnson his 1,000th professional victory as a manager.

July 18

1996: Shortly after the Orioles lose the opener to Texas, 6-4, a freight train derails in a tunnel near Camden Yards, leaking chemicals and causing the second game of a day-night doubleheader as well as games the next two days to be postponed. Play resumes with a day-night doubleheader vs. the Angels on July 21.

July 19

2008: In a wild game featuring pair of six-run innings, the O's tie the Tigers in the ninth on Ramon Hernandez's solo homer and and win, 11-10, in the 10th when Luke Scott goes deep.

July 20

2010: RBI doubles by Felix Pie and Miguel Tejada tie the game in the ninth inning. After both teams score in 12th, Julio Lugo's single in the 13th gives the Orioles an 11-10 win over the Rays.

July 21

1998: Scott Erickson goes the distance and Rafael Palmeiro, Eric Davis and Cal Ripken homer as the Orioles beat Oakland, 7-1.

July 22

1996: Eddie Murray rejoins the Orioles in a trade with Cleveland and homers in his first game back with the O's, but it's not enough as the O's fall to the Twins, 9-5

July 23

1998: Lenny Webster hits a two-run homer in the ninth to beat the A's, 7-5. Eric Davis had hit a two-run single in the eight to tie the game.

July 24

1998: Aubrey Huff's sixth-nning single breaks up a scoreless game, and the Orioles add two more runs in the seventh on a pair of bases-loaded walks. Daniel Cabrera allows one hit over seven innings as the O's beat the Devil Rays, 3-0.

July 25

1999: Albert Belle hits three home runs, including game-tying shot in the ninth on "Future Uniform" day to help beat teh Angels, 8-7. Cal Ripken singles in 11th to drive in the winning run in a game the Orioles trailed, 7-3, in the seventh.

July 26

1994: Rafael Palmeiro, Harold Baines and Leo Gomez each get three hits and a home run and combine for seven RBIs in 15-hit attack in a 10-4 win over the Indians in Game 1 of a day-night doubleheader. The O's drop the nightcap, 9-2.

July 27

1996: In a pregame ceremony, the Orioles celebrate Earl Weaver's induction into the Hall of Fame, unveiling a dugout plaque in his honor with the No. 4.

July 28

1997: Roberto Alomar has four hits and Rafael Palmeiro hits a go-ahead home run in the sixth to pace the O's past the Rangers, 7-2.

July 29

1997: The Orioles score four runs in the fourth inning and Cal Ripken homers in the seventh as the O's beat the Rangers, 5-4.

July 30

2006: The Orioles score two runs in the ninth on RBI singles by Jeff Conine and Javy Lopez and beat the White Sox, 8-7.

July 31

1993: Ben McDonald and two relievers beat the Red Sox and Roger Clemens, 4-0.

August 1

2000: Mike Mussina strikes out 15 batters -- and matches his own Orioles Camden Yards record -- and allows only a seventh-inning single by Ron Coomer in a 10-0 shutout over Minnesota.

August 2

1993: Jack Voigt's homer and Jeff Tackett's single key a three-run seventh to overtake the Brewers, 7-5.

August 3

1992: Glenn Davis' two-run home run highlights a four-run fifth inning in a 6-3 win over the Tigers.

August 4

1998: Mike Mussina throws a two-hit shutout, striking out eight, as the O's beat the Tigers, 4-0.

August 5

2010: Cesar Izturis singles in the winning run in the ninth inning of a 5-4 win over the Angels.

August 6

2010: Adam Jones' two-out single scores Markakis in a 2-1, 10-inning win over the White Sox.

August 7

1993: Cal Ripken hits two homers and drives in four runs as the Orioles down the Indians, 8-6.

August 8

1993: Mark Parent's three-run homer caps a four-run eighth to tie the game, and Mike Devereaux's sacrifice fly in the 11th lifts the Orioles past the Indians, 7-6.

August 9

1992: Cal Ripken Jr. singles in the game-winning run in a 10-inning, 3-2 wi over the Indians.

2010: Brian Roberts homers off White Sox closer J.J. Putz leading off 10th inning to give the Orioles a 3-2 win.

August 10

1992: Boston scores five in the eighth for a four-run lead, but the O's tie it with four runs in the bottom half. Nick Markakis hits a sacrifice fly in the ninth to score Brian Roberts and give Baltimore a 6-5 win over the Red Sox.

August 11

1997: Beloved PA announcer Rex Barney passes away.

August 12

1997: A day after the sudden passing of Rex Barney, the Orioles beat the Oakland A's, 8-0, in a game played without a public address announcer. His press box seat will remain empty the remainder of the year, with fill-in PA announcers working from the video control room.

August 13

1996: The Orioles draw 10 walks to help them beat the Brewers, 4-3.

August 14

2009: After not having a player hit for the cycle at home in their first 53 years, the Orioles get their second in three seasons at Camden Yards. Felix Pie completes the trick with a triple in the seventh in a 16-6 win over the Angels.

August 15

1997: In the first game of a doubleheader and a preview of the AL Division Series, Jeff Reboulet goes 2-for-2 with a walk and a homer off Randy Johnson as the O's beat the Mariners' ace, 4-3. The M's come back to win the nightcap, 8-3, as local product Ken Cloude earns his first big league win.

August 16

1997: B.J. Surhoff has six RBIs as the Orioles rally from a six-run deficit to beat the Angels, 10-9. They score seven runs in the sixth inning.

August 17

1999: In an 8-0 win over Minnesota, relief pitcher Jesse Orosco retires the only batter he faces vs. Minnesota in his 1,072nd career appearance, breaking the Major League record held by Dennis Eckersley. The Orioles erect a plaque marking the feat in the bullpen.

August 18

1998: Eric Davis goes 3-for-4 with two homers and four RBIs to lead the Orioles past the Twins, 7-1.

August 19

2008: The Orioles welcome their 50 millionth fan to Oriole Park, making it the quickest ballpark ever to reach that milestone. The Orioles and the Maryland Lottery present 24-year-old Kevin Gracie, of Ellicott City, Md, with $50,000 and season tickets for five years before the game against Boston.

August 20

2002: After Tampa Bay takes a one-run lead in the ninth, Jerry Hairston Jr. ties the game with a sacrifice fly and Gary Matthews Jr. hits two-out three-run homer in a 7-4 win.

August 21

2002: The Orioles rally with two in the seventh and two in the eighth to tie the game, and Tony Batista leads off 10th with a homer in a 5-4 win over the Devil Rays.

August 22

2002: Eddie Murray rejoins the Orioles in a trade with Cleveland and homers in his first game back with the O's, but it's not enough as the O's fall to the Twins, 9-5.

August 23

1998: Lenny Webster hits a two-run homer in the ninth to give the Orioles a 7-5 win over the A's. Eric Davis' two-run single in eighth had tied the game.

August 24

2002: The Orioles score eight runs over their final three at-bats to beat the Rangers, 9-2, in a game called with two outs in the bottom of the eighth because of rain. Arthur Rhodes goes eight for the win.

August 25

1999: Albert Belle hits three homers, including a game-tying shot the ninth on "Future Uniform" day. Ripken singles in the 11th inning to beat the Angels, 8-7, after trailing 7-3 in the seventh.

August 26

1994: Rafael Palmeiro, Harold Baines and Leo Gomez each get three hits including a home run and combine for seven RBIs in 15-hit attack in Game 1 of adoubleheader against the Indains. They drop the second game, 9-2.

August 27

1996: In a pregame ceremony, the Orioles celebrate Earl Weaver's induction into the Hall of Fame, unveiling a dugout plaque in the manager's honor with No. 4

August 28

2009: Matt Wieters has four RBIs, Nick Markakis and Felix Pie have three each and all three players have three hits as the Orioles thrash the Indians, 13-4.

August 29

1997: Behind Cal Ripken Jr.'s game-tying homer in the eighth and game-winning single in the 12th, the Orioles beat the Yankees, 4-3.

August 30

1997: Jake Fox and Ryan Adams hit back-to-back, one-out RBI singles to tie and then win the game, 6-5, over the Blue Jays in 10 innings.

August 31

2000: Mike Mussina records his 1500th career strikeout, but the O's lose to the Tigers, 6-1.

September 1

1999: Albert Belle hit a two-run homer, his 30th of the year, and Doug Johns allowed a run over 6 2/3 innings as the Orioles beat Tampa Bay, 3-1.

September 2

1999: Cal Ripken hits his 400th career homer, a three-run shot off Tampa Bay's Rolando Arrojo, leading the Orioles past the Devil Rays, 11-6.

September 4

1999: Rodrigo Lopez tosses a shutout and the Orioles get 13 hits to blank Oakland, 9-0.

September 5

1995: On the night Cal Ripken Jr. ties Lou Gehrig for the most consecutive games played (2,130), the Orioles get back-to-back-to-back second-inning home runs from Jeff Manto, Mark Smith and Brady Anderson, and Chris Hoiles adds another in the same inning, both marks tying club records. The Orioles win, 8-0.

September 6

1995: The Iron Man tops the Iron Horse: Cal Ripken Jr. surpasses a record once thought unbeatable, playing in his 2,131st consecutive game to pass Lou Gehrig's all-time record. Ripken's homer in the game helps beat the Angels, 4-2. Both President Clinton and Vice President Gore attend the game, the first time a sitting president and vice-president attend a professional sports event together.

September 7

1996: Mike Mussina strikes out 11 in a 6-0 shutout of the Tigers.

September 8

2011: In a makeup of a rainout, the Orioles come back from a three-run deficit. They tie the game in the eighth on Robert Andino's two-out single and win, 5-4, on Andino's one-out single in the 10th.

September 9

1996 :The Orioles score twice in the sixth inning, as Cal Ripken doubled home the tying run and Chris Hoiles' sacrifice fly brought home Bobby Bonilla with the game-winner in a 5-4 win over Detroit. Todd Zeile hit a three-run homer for the O's, and Scott Erickson pitched into the eighth for the win.

September 10

1996: The Orioles beat Chicago, 5-1, in the first of three games at Camden Yards to move to the top of the AL Wild Card standings for the first time. They win two of the three games against the White Sox and remain in the Wild Card lead the rest of the way to reach postseason play for the first time in 13 seasons.

September 11

1996: Eugene Kingsale's two-run, bases-loaded single in the eighth broke a tie and gave Doug Johns' his fifth win in a 4-2 win over Seattle. Mike Timlin notched his 21st save.

September 12

1998:The Orioles score three runs in the ninth inning on Mike Bordick's two-run homer and Eric Davis' ganme-winning single in a 3-2 win over the Angels.

September 13

2010: Luke Scott's one-out single scores Nick Markakis from second base in a 4-3, 11-inning win over the Blue Jays.

September 14

1992: Brady Anderson and Cal Ripken provide the scoring with solo homers in a 2-1 win over the Royals.

September 15

1992: Brady Anderson's sacrifice fly in the 14th scores pinch-runner Steve Scarsone with the winning run in a 2-1 win over the Royals.

September 16

2010: Matt Wieters hits two-run home run in the ninth inning to give the Orioles a 4-2 win over the Rays.

September 17

1995: Kevin Brown tosses a four-hit shutout to beat the Yankees, 2-0.

September 18

1997: Mike Mussina becomes the third Oriole to win 15 games in 1997 in a 4-3 win over the Brewers. It's the first time since 1982 the Orioles have had three 15-game winners.

September 19

2010: Luke Scott homers off Mariano Rivera to tie the game in the ninth inning and doubles and scores on a Ty Wigginton single in the 11th in a 4-3 win over the Yankees.

September 20

1998: Cal Ripken Jr. ends his consecutive game streak at 2,632, sitting out the Orioles' final home game of the season at Camden Yards against the Yankees. With Ryan Minor starting in his place at third base, Ripken acknowledges the crowd's standing ovation from the dugout after the first pitch of the game, a 5-4 loss.

September 21

2001: The Orioles blow a ninth-inning lead, but Jerry Hairston Jr. hits a two-run single in bottom to beat Mariano Rivera and the Yankees, 7-6.

September 22

1996: Scott Erickson wins his fourth game in the month of September in a 5-4 victory over the Blue Jays.

September 23

1992: Gregg Olson faces one batter, inducing Kelly Gruber to ground into a game-ending double play to earn his 34th save in a 4-1 win over the Blue Jays.

September 24

1994: Miguel Tejada follows a David Newhan single and a Melvin Mora walk with a ninth-inning three-run homer to beat the Tigers, 7-5.

September 25

1994: Miguel Tejada follows a David Newhan single and a Melvin Mora walk with a ninth-inning three-run homer to beat the Tigers, 7-5.

September 26

1995: After tossing two straight shutouts in Toronto, the Orioles return home for their final three games of the season and blank the Detroit Tigers 6-0, 12-0, 4-0 to end the season with 45 consecutive scoreless innings, matching the club and league records for consecutive shutouts.

September 27

1995: Jay Gibbons, Javy Lopez and Melvin Mora homer and Mora drives in five runs, Gibbons four and Miguel Tejada three as the Orioles chase Mike Mussina in the second inning and go on to win beat the Yankees, 17-9.

September 28

1995: With the Orioles trailing Boston 3-2 with two out and none on in the bottom of the ninth inning of the season finale, Chris Davis doubles and Nolan Reimold follows with a two-strike, game-tying double. Robert Andino follows with an RBI single to give the Birds a dramatic 4-3 win. The victory, coupled minutes later with Tampa Bay's win, knocks the Red Sox out of the post-season

September 29

1995: After the Orioles load the bases with none out, David Newhan hits a two-out single to break the tie in the ninth inning. The Orioles beat the Blue Jays, 7-6, in the first game of a doubleheader.

September 30

2000: In what would be Mike Mussina's final start as an Oriole, a sellout crowd watches as Cal Ripken and Brady Anderson homer and the O's beat the Yankees, 9-1.

October 1

1996: In the first postseason game ever at Oriole Park, the Orioles blast Cleveland, 10-4, in Game 1 of the AL Division Series. They go on to defeat the Indians in the ALDS before losing to New York in the AL Championship Series.

October 2

2009: Aubrey Huff hits a grand slam and a two-run homer for six RBIs as the Orioles beat the Blue Jays, 13-7.

October 3

1991: On an off day on the eve of the "Final Weekend" at Memorial Stadium, and after more than two years of debate between the ballclub and the state of Maryland, the Orioles' new ballpark is officially named. It will be called Oriole Park at Camden Yards.